• Report: Some top baby monitors lack basic security features

    NEW YORK (AP) — Several of the most popular Internet-connected baby monitors lack basic security features, making them vulnerable to even the most basic hacking attempts, according to a new report from a cybersecurity firm.

  • New Mexico collects more than $150K in unpaid child support

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Gov. Susana Martinez says New Mexico’s annual bench warrant sweep has collected more than $150,000 in unpaid child support this year.

  • In this Dec. 3, 2013 file photo, Hampton Creek Foods CEO Josh Tetrick holds a species of yellow pea used to make Just Mayo, a plant-based mayonnaise, in San Francisco. The American Egg Board, which is responsible for the “Incredible, Edible Egg” slogan, waged a campaign to counter the rising popularity of Hampton Creek’s eggless Just Mayo spread, and even tried to stop it from being sold at Whole Foods, according to documents provided to The Associated Press. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg, File)

    APNewsBreak: Egg group scrambled over eggless mayo maker

    NEW YORK (AP) — A California company that makes an eggless mayonnaise alternative has the U.S. egg industry scrambling.

  • Woman sues Oregon State University over 1999 sexual assault

    PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — A woman who says she was raped while attending Oregon State University in 1999 seeks $7.5 million in a federal Title IX lawsuit against the school and its former football coach, Mike Riley.

  • Henry McCollum holds a framed copy of his pardon before a hearing on compensation by the state for his wrongful conviction on Sept. 2, 2015 in Raleigh, N.C. McCollum was the state's longest serving death row inmate when he was released in 2014 after three decades in prison after being wrongfully convicted in a girl's death. (AP Photo/Jonathan Drew)

    Wrongly convicted brothers each get $750K payout

    RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — When two brothers were released after three decades of wrongful imprisonment, they struggled to adapt to an outside world neither had experienced since they were teenagers. The older one has managed to adjust and keep his “head up high,” but the younger one, according to his family, is a broken man.

  • In this Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2015 photo, a man looks into the office of Pakistan's National Data and Registration Authority or NADRA which was closed by authorities in Karachi, Pakistan. Foreign Islamic militants have been able to secure Pakistani national identity cards in exchange for bribes as low as $100, giving them vastly greater freedom to operate, according to a report by Pakistan’s top intelligence agency obtained by The Associated Press. The main fault in the ID scandal seems to lies with corruption in Pakistan’s NADRA, the organization that issues national ID cards. (AP Photo/Shakil Adil)

    Pakistan corruption lets militants get national ID cards

    ISLAMABAD (AP) — Foreign Islamic militants have been able to secure Pakistani national identity cards for years in exchange for bribes as low as $100, giving them vastly greater freedom to operate, according to a report by Pakistan’s top intelligence agency obtained by The Associated Press.

  • Man charged in connection with OJ Simpson Heisman theft

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — A man arrested in connection with the theft of a duplicate of O.J. Simpson’s Heisman Trophy more than 20 years ago from the University of Southern California faced arraignment Wednesday on a felony charge, prosecutors said.

  • In this Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2015 photo, visitors line the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park in northern Arizona. The Grand Canyon and other big national parks are seeing more visitors than usual this year, partly driven by good weather, cheap gas and marketing campaigns. (AP Photo/Felicia Fonseca)

    National parks seeing huge spikes in visitation this year

    GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK, Ariz. (AP) — Visitors heading to the Grand Canyon lately know they are going to get two things when they arrive: breathtaking views and long waits, whether it is to get into the national park itself or to find a parking spot inside. A few frustrated tourists have even turned around and left.

  • San Juan County declares state of disaster after storm

    AZTEC, N.M. (AP) — The San Juan County Commission has declared a state of disaster following a violent storm that swept through Aztec and caused what officials estimate is more than $1 million in damage.

  • Imprisoned former sheriff gets temporary reprieve from fines

    SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Prosecutors are holding off on taking $70,000 out of an imprisoned sheriff’s bank account to pay for court fines.